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Tuesday, 17 October, 2000, 17:15 GMT 18:15 UK
In pictures: The crash site
Four people are dead after a high speed passenger train carrying about 200 people derailed north of London.

train crash
The 12.10 GNER service from King's Cross to Leeds skidded off the tracks south of Hatfield
train crash
The train was travelling at more than 100mph
train crash
Four people were killed and 33 taken to hospital
The roof of the buffet car was ripped off in the accident
train carriage
An investigation is under way - police have ruled out an explosion
survivors
Uninjured survivors were taken to a conference centre at the nearby University of Hatfield
survivors
Survivors Doris Parker, 78, and her husband Fred, 88, of Eltham, south-east London were taken to hospital
Hertfordshire train crash


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